Say What’s On Your Mind

A year ago, I wouldn’t have pushed back on a comment from the executive producer on our show. We were reviewing a scene that he felt “sucked”, and I felt was “decent”.

Pushing back wasn’t an ego thing, it was because I wanted to make it better and understand his concerns. Had I not pushed back, the scene likely would have been cut, or dramatically changed. Instead, saying what was on my mind helped us find a solution and got us to a scene that worked.

Say what’s on your mind.

It’s better for your relationships, your mental health, your feeling fulfilled and that you’re contributing.

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